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Microsoft Internet Explorer 1


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Microsoft Internet Explorer 2


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Microsoft Internet Explorer 3


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Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 – 7 Beta


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In Internet Explorer 5.0, the famous logo was fully implemented everywhere. This logo was used as the IE6 and IE7 Beta "mshtml.dll" Desktop mode icon.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 – 7 Beta


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This logo is still used on the Internet Explorer help page, & as a PowerPoint icon.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Beta

2004–2005 (unused)

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This was the original logo of Internet Explorer 7 during part of the beta phase before being changed in late 2005, & seen on Longhorn builds 4069-5259.

Windows Internet Explorer 7 – 8


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Microsoft Internet Explorer was rebranded to Windows Internet Explorer during the release of Windows Vista. This logo was used for IE7 and IE8. A slogan called "Have you had a break today?" was made due to the launch of Windows Live.

Windows Internet Explorer 9



This is used as a primary logo on Windows 7/10, & as a secondary logo on Windows 8.x (only on the Start screen).

Internet Explorer 10 – 11


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This logo is used for the Metro/Modern UI style version of Internet Explorer 10 and 11 on Windows 8.x and Windows RT. Also used on Windows Phone since Internet Explorer 9. Notice that this logo also looks a lot like the 1997 logo, which used to be flat 2D. This is used as a primary logo on Windows 8.x. This is used as a secondary logo on Windows 7/10. You can find this logo on Windows 7/8.x/10 by opening Internet Explorer, clicking the settings icon, and clicking "About Internet Explorer".

In Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10049, the default browser was changed to IE's successor browser called Microsoft Edge. Microsoft Teams stopped supporting Internet Explorer 11 on November 30, 2020. Microsoft 365 products will end Internet Explorer 11 support on August 17, 2021.

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